They require AAB for standard Economics Bsc, AAA if you plan on doing a year abroad.(Original post by Reflex)
Lancaster seems to require AAA? Is there any chance that a Uni requiring AAA would offer me a place with AAB?
(hope that link works).
A plus point about Lancaster is that most subjects (economics is one of them) require a minor subject to be taken alongside them for the first year. You have to do 120 credits worth of modules, and a straight economics degree uses 80 for year 1. As you're left with 40 you could do Biology as your minor subject, so you wouldn't have to give it up if you don't want to
And actually passed?